UPDATED! WILDFIRES IN WEST TEXAS: Deputy Dies Trying to Save Others From Wildfires, Roaring flames filled Ranger, Texas downtown area and engulfed historic structures including the police department building and a 100-year-old church

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Our hearts are broken at this news……….Please pray Team Jesus for Deputy Fenley’s family and her fellow officers. Please also pray for the end of these wildfires, and that the Lord will send His rain to the area.

A TRUE AMERICAN HERO!

From Matt Howerton on Twitter:

#Eastland County Deputy Barbara Fenley was killed while trying to rescue residents from the fires burning through that area last night—multiple law enforcement agencies report. Above is a photo being shared by those agencies as they salute her service.

‘She paid the ultimate sacrifice to help people’: Eastland Co. deputy dies trying to save others in wildfires, police say

DROUGHT IS A SERIOUS PROBLEM!!! PRAY FOR RAIN TEAM JESUS! NEW MEXICO IS ALSO VERY DRY!!!

Over 20,000 acres have burned in West Texas.

RANGER, Texas — Crews in a small Texas community are working to put out a fire that engulfed the city Thursday afternoon.

Heavy flames filled the city of Ranger’s downtown area and engulfed historic structures including the police department building and a 100-year-old church.

Video taken by the Eastland County Today newspaper showed crews working to put out the fire at the historic Second Baptist Church and the police station.

Roaring flames filled the city of Ranger’s downtown area and engulfed historic structures including the police department building and a 100-year-old church

U.S. Drought Monitor

Drought conditions persist in New Mexico

Pastor Jerry McCullah leads us in prayer……..

“LORD GOD our Creator and Father Sustainer, I am asking for much more timely rain.  I am asking that You would grace us with a season unlike any other the West has encountered; a season salted with supernatural rain.   LORD, we need it, and You have it in Your power to bring supernatural weather pattern changes to rescue.   I, we, trust You, LORD.   This is not a wish, this is a prayer of expectancy . . . let it rain, and raise Your glory high.  In Jesus, we plead, Amen!”

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